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Your sound makes me think of The White Stripes and the The Vines (circa 2001/Highly Evolved). Its sounds like the type of music I'd except to here at some grungy dive bar, and I think that is the niche you'll want to market yourself in. Maybe you can see about booking some gigs at Rockwood Music Hall (not grungy or divey, but eclectic) in NYC. If they pick you up from one of their showcases, I hear they'll help groom you into an act that their marketing and PR team will promote. You'll start on a stage where the audience listens for free, but they'll build you into an act where an audience pays to hear you. Just a thought. Personally, I'd like to hear more levels in the song. I think it currently sounds like loud and louder, yet the lyrics hint at a vulnerability that the vocals do not capture. Keep up the good work. Thanks for sharing the some with me.